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Look at polls I want to get to this other issue that you two -- -- -- still -- That the girls -- -- New York City young all of are we talking girls originally girls and we're here because.
Being forced into marriage and this sounds like something out of the -- -- -- ages fifteen to 21 they were interviewed about thirty women for this article.
And they found out that it is in the last year here in New York they've been 300 reported fraud fraudulent marriages -- women are being forced to marry.
Diesel demand and it is just a horrible thing we're talking about this -- -- -- now finally got a -- you're getting used to say that kind of -- 2013 and were talking about this here in the metro areas absolutely have.
Extra and add to -- into the -- we gonna who -- could -- some of the the threats as the disorder made against the victims of this say emotional blackmail great isolation tactic social ostracize station that's the reason to think.
Death threats against the victim deception a tricky.
I mean this -- terrible time -- really in this moment each it really sounds like the dark ages but one of the reasons that I at least from my reading is that it seems like fit.
This is happening because the families have are in very poor socio -- economic conditions.
And so I think that as we move forward as a society.
Not only is this wrong morally wrong and socially wrong but.
What can we do to ensure that children don't have to sacrifice themselves.
And that we have mix of our children have proper education and and proper environment.
-- -- early -- release one of the problems in prosecuting these cases is having victims who.
Who have the courage or too terrified in many cases a.
Is -- -- exactly right if you got the family that's that's pushing you -- all of stamina routes pushing into this marriage.
You think that woman I got a young girl at fifteen year old girl was forced into -- -- he's going to be able to take the stand in a courtroom an American courtroom and testify in front of attraction and it -- -- all of that.
That's going to be very very difficult looking at the -- looking at her family yeah I think they did it to me that's -- tough thing to do.
Now prosecutors don't necessarily always have to have a victim but -- LA police -- you have to have at least people are willing to come forward and sex cases are so hard because really it's just usually one on one type situation shore so and if the families -- US and and really not pushing -- pushing and pushing it right.
Who do you have to testify.
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